2018 was a year replete with scientific communication. More than ever this field reveals how highly complex it is. After nearly a year of considering this subject, here are some
Last week I’ve been invited to the preview showing of Oscar-nominated director Scott Hamilton Kennedy’s Food Evolution, which has been released in US and will come soon to Europe’s theaters.
During this period of commemoration, there are a number of notable anniversaries. With the centenary of the Great War in the same week as the 151st birthday of Marie Sklodowska
As the 2019 elections approach, and the European project is undergoing profound political questioning, the Horizon Europe (FP9) programme ought to easily generate universal agreement. And in fact, in a
In recent years, blockchain has frequently hit the headlines in the banking and finance sector, which have seen crypto-currencies multiply and strengthen their role as outsider options. The commonly accepted
As part of the Rise for Climate rally last Saturday, thousands of activists gathered in over 100 countries for a march. Their objective: to challenge politicians to take radical decisions.
As we have just heard that the European Commissioner for Justice, Věra Jourová, is heading up a draft text intended to protect European elections from a scandal like Cambridge Analytica,
It’s been a strange summer for wheat. If there is one cereal that has got people talking recently, it is the illustrious descendent of triticale: alternately victim of drought, then
While the whole of the rest of Europe has been on a summer break, the Court of Justice of the European Union has not been idle. In fact, in a
While the summer warmth encourages you to relax, here is a small selection of books to cultivate your mental garden and meditate on the fundamental questions of science and science